cleverness


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So, I ask, why have we not got a similar 21st century cleverness, or is it being held up by carteltype energy suppliers and too compliant governments?
In-Car Cleverness found that 84 per cent of the cars returned with dents, scratches and punctures had been rented by male drivers.
They were all laughing, I presumed at their own cleverness.
CONSIDERING the Baftas Awards showcase the cream of our film industry, the luvvies' acceptance speeches are woefully bland and boring, with no cleverness or wit shown by top creative artists.
5 : skill and cleverness often used to trick people <What he lacked in speed .
According to design chief Peter Horbury, 'By cleverness in design, we've been able to make it look like the wheels are further out, further forward and further rearward.
With a Bohemian look at life and the changing times throughout the twentieth century and the dawning of the twenty-first, his imagination brings much cleverness and thought for readers to feast upon.
WHILE American sitcoms become more sophisticated, rewarding viewers for their cleverness, The Green Green Grass is a bit like a comedy eye-test.
The problem is, they confuse cleverness with intelligence.
notes the uneasy relationship between the entertainment business and high technology, and how the cleverness of the consumer has changed how both do business.
For starters, it easily beats the Who spin-off Torchwood for character, creatures and cleverness.
It would appear that the author thinks highly of his own cleverness.